"History is merely a list of surprises. It can only prepare us to be surprised yet again."
-- Kurt Vonnegut
Post from my iPad
Basically, I need a container in the cloud that can run the toolchain. Firstly, checkout my source after I push to my Github repo. Then bundle install any tools, e.g. Jekyll 4.0. Build will use the _config.yml and compile the source. Push to my repo deployment branch and let Azure pull the code into the app service.
So what to use to do that? AWS containers? Maybe, maybe check that out sometime. But I decided to take a look at Github Actions.
I found a Jekyll action and was able to create a workflow that runs on every push. Right now, all but minification and image compression is in place. Posting from my iPad now, hopefully, I'll be a bit more productive.